Bridge St in Castlebar will play host to lots of various activities this June Bank Holiday weekend in Castlebar! Fancy taking a cycle on The Greenway on Bridge St? Well look no further, we have you covered where the guys from Bikes & Boards will be on duty to offer you bike rental where you Read More
After all The Frank and Walters will perform live @ The Garbo’s Venue in Castlebar tonight April 15th
Girl Band hit The Garbos Venue in Castlebar tonight (Friday April 7th) with support coming from Bitch Falcon & The Fontaines.
Banished are the days of bashing and negativity for the music and entertainment scene, time to happily welcome and to embrace a brand new era for a very “positive news story” for the live entertainment music scene in Castlebar. Its time for new creative ideas.
Probably one of the best covers for an Irish album released so far this year!
Legendary Irish band The Frank & Walters are coming to Castlebar in April! That’s right you heard it here first, The Frank and Walters will perform an up close and personal show at The Garbo’s Venue in Castlebar April 15th and tickets are now on sale!
The weekend has almost arrived in Castlebar and it is just about to get a whole lot better!
Lisa Canny recently took The Late Late show by storm when she performed on the longest running chat show in the world (yes in the world) only a few weeks ago! Causing an online and media frenzy with fans and viewers alike when her slot was rescheduled to the following week due to a pointless Read More
In a recent interview on BBC Radio Thom Yorke from Radiohead proclaimed that “This is me and my sons favourite music at the moment” when speaking about Irish act Girl Band whilst introducing one of Girl Band’s tracks on the popular radio station, Such an endorsement from the front-man of one of the most important Read More
Growing up in a town that was seduced by sport in the 80’s and 90’s where music was viewed as a second hand hobby was, well lets face it very tough and often intimidating. You were either into sport or else viewed for most part of the time as an “outsider”, a “weirdo”. A town Read More